Womenetics to host conferences in Atlanta, Chicago
by Staff Reports
10:36 AM, Tuesday, September 30
The 2014 Global Women’s Initiative, set for Oct. 8 at the Georgia Aquarium in downtown Atlanta, will convene international thought leaders to explore “Women as the Competitive Advantage: Redefining a Workplace that Works for Women and Men.” A seco...

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